Ready, set, go!!! And they all took off. Well, except for little miss Ava who was left in the dust! Sharing this family session soon & I can't wait :)
One Frame Friday
Here are my bride and groom from last weekend. What a day it was!! Really looking forward to blogging this entire wedding.
Liz just before the First Look when she saw her husband-to-be for the first time as a bride.
A frame from yesterday's boudoir session.
Today I'm writing this post from a friends house in Philadelphia. All my batteries are charged, my equipment is loaded up & I'm ready to head out to Bob & Liz's wedding day at the Loew's Hotel in Philly. Their engagement session was filled playful moments & lots of love. To say I'm looking forward to spending today with them is an understatement.
I'm looking forward to sharing this boudoir session soon! Boudoir sessions are great gifts for an anniversary, birthday, Christmas, or (my favorite) to send to a deployed significant other. Most of all, it's about how it will make you feel about yourself. It's an empowering experience that I think every woman should experience. Interested yet? Click "Contact" to get info today.
I've been a tad lazy with the One Frame Friday posts. Partially because of the move from MD to PA (yipee!) and partially because I've been trying to catch up on editing sessions. It's ok, I'm not sure anyone missed the posts at all haha! Today's post comes from our July 4th celebrations atop a roof in Philly.
I've been slacking on the "One Frame Friday" posts lately. I guess I've been busy, which is a good thing! This weeks post comes from a wedding I did in the very beginning of May. Nicole's veil is draped over her pretty face as she awaits the biggest moment of her life so far.
When Christina Perri's song Jar of Hearts came on the radio on my drive home one day, I laughed. I couldn't get over the cheesiness of the lyrics. "You're gonna catch a cold/from the ice inside your soul"...are ya serious?? The melody & harmonies did give me chills, I will admit. But every time I heard it, I just switched stations. Recently, I'd heard that my youngest nephew, Jack, knew every word to that song. I decided to download it yesterday as he accompanied me on a few errands to see if I could hear a few bars. As soon as it started, I heard "I know this song." from the back seat. He sang the entire song as I held back tears from the driver's seat. It was one of the cutest things I've ever heard; such a sad song coming out of this sweet boy. Worth the $1.29? Absolutely. I asked him when it was over, "Jack, what do you think that song's about?" He said, "I don't know, but it's really sad."
Utley's pumped for the weekend.